Mine didn't, but I know some nearby districts did have school today. I assume it's because they have little or no black students, but should that really matter? I thought today's holiday was to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, his accomplishments, and the impact he made on this country. Shouldn't all children learn about and appreciate who this man was? I was just wondering how many schools did actually have to go today. If your children did go, did the school still teach about Dr. Martin Luther King? Just wondering.
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My children's schools does recognize Martin Luther king, I think it is wonderful to learn about the good he did not only for blacks but for all people. My kids do have today off from school which is fine to me.
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